After the update from Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday announcing the stages of the lockdown lifting, and how the restrictions are easing, business are preparing to get back to the new normal state of order.
From 1st June pupils of primary schools are also hoping to return and the Government have released a guide for schools to follow which you can read here.
The impact that the coronavirus has had on individuals, families, companies, industries and the economy as a whole is going to be long-lasting and so we must come together to help and support our community in any way that we can.
You are not alone, we are in this together.
Rap Interiors are helping businesses get back to work better than ever and supporting their return with the above 10 ways that can be easily implement in their workplace.
Safety and hygiene is a priority, now more than ever, and employers must take this seriously to accommodate for their employees well-being. By having their welfare at the fore-front of all decisions is going to benefit the operations of the business and promote a smooth transition from self-isolation to getting back to work.
Advice from Industry Experts
We are speaking with industry experts so you can get the best advice you need to get back to business. Below are the experts we speak to and the interviews on our YouTube channel here.
We spoke with West Kent Mind last month and you can read their interview here
We speak with Jacqui from JJ Systems where she gives her advice on how you can prepare your IT in the office or improve it if people continue to work from home.
Check back as the playlist is updated when the interviews go live.
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